4 Terriers hit 4 3-pointers each in 99-61 win
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CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) Fletcher McGee scored 20 points and was one of four Terriers to made four 3-pointers as Southern Conference leader Wofford rolled to its 10th straight victory, beating The Citadel 99-61 on Saturday.
Also making four 3-pointers were Tray Hollowell with 13 points and Storm Murphy and Nathan Hoover with 12 points each. The Terriers made a season-high 20 of 33 3-point attempts for 61 percent. They were 13 of 23 inside the arc.
Wofford's 10-game win streak is its longest since the 2009-10 squad won 13 straight.
Murphy hit a 3-pointer 13 seconds into the game and the Terriers led the entire way, going up by as many as 24 in the first half, which ended 45-26. The Bulldogs only got as close as 15 in the second half.
Updated February 2, 2019